This may tie into the rumors of the new G90 retaining a V8, though Genesis itself has not confirmed its existence yet as an "applicable model."
Han Young-hee: There was a talk about building another high-performance engine based on the technology and confidence built up by creating a high-performance World Rally Car engines. In that way, the company completed the advanced development of the eight-cylinder engine, which is as powerful as a supercar. The engine is equipped with the crankshaft and valve seat technology used in the WRC Rally car engine. Internally, however, it has already confirmed that it can make a world-class eight-cylinder engine, but it is putting the application on hold for a while because the development of applicable models has not yet been carried out.
One might wonder why the company uses a lot of time, money, and human resource to develop high-performance multi-cylinder engines in advance, even though there are no models that can be applied immediately. The reason is simple. This is because the timing is late if the engine is developed after the new car project begins. So we made a high-performance engine preemptively with various possibilities in mind.
What is notable of the mass-produced engine Hyundai Motor Company has made is that it improved both performance and efficiency. We looked at the internalization of the engine technology of the World Rally Car - the key factor which created such an ou